Apple inflated the price of iPad Pro
If you’ve been saving up to buy the tablet iPad Pro, we have some bad news for you. Apple is quietly, without a Declaration of war, raised prices. Changes in price have affected both the 10.5-inch and 12.9-inch iPad Pro options. Starting today, the tablet with 256 GB and 512 GB will cost $50 more expensive.
64 GB version of the tablet with a screen of 10.5 inches remained at around $649, but the version with 256 GB and 512 GB have increased their price to $799 and $999 respectively. The 12.9-inch version of the 256GB and 512GB raised the bar to $949 and $1149 respectively.
Looking at the ease with which Apple raised prices, it may seem that this is a banal desire to earn extra money. Here, you and ten years from the date of issue of the first anniversary is an amazing smartphone and iPhone X. That is the hype around the company enough.
And here and there, as it turned out, all because of the shortage and high price for the purchase of memory chips. In particular, the lack linked with the modules of NAND and DRAM. A lot of producers “hunt” for these chips, causing this terrible deficit.All Apple’s efforts to keep prices at the old level, nor to no avail. Plus, announced September 12, iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X also use NAND storage. So, in addition to all other market participants Apple itself is not bad involved in “rocking the boat”. Therefore, in the short term it is not necessary to count on reduction of prices for products of the “Yabloko”, as well as other manufacturers that use the modules of NAND and DRAM. At least to saturate the market with these stores.
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